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Oct 26, 2019

M Venkaiah Naidu hits out at Pakistan for misusing NAM summit; says it must abjure terrorism

Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu has hit out at Pakistan for misusing the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) summit to justify its long-standing policy of cross-border terrorism against its neighbours.

Addressing the 18th NAM summit at Baku in Azerbaijan, he said, Pakistan must decisively abjure terrorism for its own good, for that of its neighbours and for the good of the world. Mr Naidu called upon all NAM countries to come together to forge a common front against terror in all its forms as there was no justification for violent extremist ideologies and terrorist actions that maim and murder innocents. 

Mr Naidu said terrorism is the single most destructive threat to international peace and security, which respect no borders. Vice President called for strengthening all international laws and mechanisms to combat terrorists and their enablers.

Vice President urged the NAM to re-focus to remain an influential grouping and find solutions to challenges relating to terrorism, global governance reform, sustainable development and South-South cooperation. Mr Naidu also called for achieving a just, equitable and representative global governance system by reforming the United Nations, including the Security Council to meet the contemporary realities of the 21st century.

The theme of the summit is 'Upholding Bandung Principles to ensure concerted and adequate response to the challenges of the contemporary world'.

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